> My quesion is, Does the same works with this combination > "Eclipse Ganymede withFlash Builder Standard Version - 4.0 plugin" + Premium License.
There's only one FB4 Plug-in installer, that supports both the Standard and the Premium features, depending on whether you entered a Standard or a Premium serial number when activating the product.
If you activated FB4 Plug-in with a Standard SN initially, but now have a Premium SN you wish to use for enabling the Premium features, here's how to switch licenses:
- launch FB4 Plug-in (eclipse Ganymede), and then choose "Deactivate Flash Builder..." from the Help menu. You might need to switch to the Flash perspective first, if you don't see the deactivation option enabled at first
- in the Deactivation dialog, choose to deactivate Permanently
- quit Ganymede, and then re-launch. This will put FB4 Plug-in back into trial mode, so you should be prompted for a new serial number, allowing you to enter your Premium SN key.
You might need to relaunch Ganymede once or twice before the Activation screen comes up again, but you can switch to the Flash perspective to help trigger it faster.
More details available in this KB article:
Let us know how it goes.
I followed your instructions for deactivation and then re-entered my Premium license. I then restarted Eclipse and recompiled my application and I am still getting the "License not present. With the trial version only limited replays are allowed. " Alert and the "License not present. With the trial version only limited records are allowed. " Alert. I've reproduced these Alerts with both the 4.0 and 4.1 Flex sdks.
For diagnosing this further, it would help to see your amt3.log. There's info here on where that log file is located, depending on your platform:
If you send that file as an attachment, to cagruss (at adobe dot com), I'll be able to take a closer look at what's happening there.
I also uninstalled the Flash Builder plugin for Eclipse as a coworker ran my Automation project fine with standalone and I reproduced the same issue.
Received this side-note from Joel, clarifying his last message:
"I uninstalled the FB 4 plugin after seeing my coworker not reproducing the trial message when he was using standalone. I don't remember which version of the plug in I was using. After uninstalling the FB4 plugin through the uninstaller in the applications folder on my mac, I installed the standalone hoping it was the plugin issue. Still reproducing the trial message in standalone."
In a side-conversation with Joel, we figured out that the problem was with the license.properties getting out of sync. After he synced that up manually with his Premium FB4 SN, the automation API was unrestricted.
On Windows XP the license.properties file is located in:
..\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Adobe\Flex
Note: If the file is not under "All Users," it may be under a specific user account.
On Windows 7 and Vista, the license.properties file is located in:
On Mac OS X, the license.properties file is located in: